Blue Box Raises $3.5M in Funding

Published On November 1, 2012 |

Blue Box, a Seattle, WA-based cloud hosting and managed services company, has completed an initial closing on a $3.5m venture funding.

The round was led by Voyager Capital.

The company intends to use the capital to accelerate product innovation, hire additional engineers, and expand its marketing and sales efforts.

Founded in 2003 and led by Jesse Proudman, CEO, Blue Box provides a managed, intelligent and automated application infrastructure with 24/7 support through technical implementation and management expertise. The company has nearly 600 clients including MTV, VH1, Seeking Alpha, Pivotal Tracker, Agawi, and Crowdstar.
Blue Box, which has datacenter presence into multiple geographies in both the Seattle and Washington D.C. areas, plans to expand internationally in the near future.

In conjunction with the funding, Bill McAleer, Managing Director at Voyager Capital, has joined the company’s Board of Directors.

FinSMEs

01/11/2012

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